Universal Machining Centers for Five-Axis Simultaneous Machining

Merrifield Machinery Solutions offers Grob G-series universal machining centers, which are well-suited for workpieces that require five-sided/five-axis simultaneous machining with compound angled holes and 3D surfaces.

Merrifield Machinery Solutions offers Grob G-series universal machining centers, which are well-suited for workpieces that require five-sided/five-axis simultaneous machining with compound angled holes and 3D surfaces. A horizontal, coolant-through spindle and linear scales are standard, and a pallet changer can be added as an option.

The company also supplies SNK Niigata HMCs, Nissin boring mills and double-column machining centers; Awea bridge mills, gantry-type machines and VMCs; Goodway horizontal turning centers, vertical turning lathes, twin-spindle machines and Swiss machines; Samag universal gun drilling/milling centers with five-axis capabilities; Fooke Endura linear-motor gantry milling machines; and Juaristi horizontal milling machines.

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